Girona hosts this Friday the first Spanish MTB Short Track Championship


The Catalan city of Girona host this Friday, September 23, the first Spanish MTB XCC Championship (Short Track). An event that will take place within the framework of the famous Sea Otter Europe Costa Brava festival, which in 2022 celebrates its sixth edition, and which will feature the best national bikers.

The first national celebration of this explosive modality will enjoy the participation of the greatest national exponents. They will not miss the appointment, according to pre-registrations, the XCO world runner-up, David Valero; the European sub-champion of the discipline, David Fields; Jofre Cullell, recently eleventh in the Les Gets World Cup; a specialist in short tests such as Albert Mingorance, multiple Spanish Eliminator champions; Paul Rodriguez, 20th in the XCO World Championship; or other outstanding bikers like Iván Feijóo, Xavier Ariza or Jaume Bosch. The boys start at 6:45 pm

Regarding women’s participation, Rocio Garcia se is presented as the main favorite for the title ahead of a good list of candidates, including some of the best national bikers: Estíbaliz Sagardoy, Nuria Bosch, Lucía Gómez, Sara Gay, Ainara Elbusto, Lidia Fuentes and Cristina Vila. The women will open the Championship from 6:15 pm

Only the elite and sub23 category cyclists can participate in this first edition of the national modality, although the official classification and the podiums to be made are joint as “absolute women” and “absolute men”.

Source: La Verdad


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